As I spent more time trying to bring up my grade in one class, my grades began to suffer in my other classes. I decided to make a drastic change. I needed to quit going to football workouts which takes a lot of my studying and homework time, so that I can focus on my classes. At the time,
I am too tired to think but I still have piles of homework that could have just not been assigned. Having all the homework is vary stressful on students. We need sleep to stay awake in school, but if we have stayed up all night doing our work, we are falling asleep. And when that happens, the students need coffee or soda or else they will fall asleep. But the soda or coffee makes you crash later.
When I eventually transferred to public schools, the issues that everyone overlooked because they were not an obvious problem for me really came back to haunt me when I was assigned any sort of extensive writing assignment. I continued to take reading classes in public school. Fortunately, I managed to get through my English classes and graduate high school never expecting to have to write any sort of paper again. While I thought that to be true for the first two years out of high school, that proved to be a poor mindset to have. June
I found myself to be very successful in that area until my junior year; when I realized some of those friends could not be trusted. As high school progressed and the drama plied up, I had to remain focused. This may have been one of the biggest challenges for me. Additionally time became an issue when I began playing sports. Attempting to complete the heavy workload assigned by my teachers all the while trying to uphold my social life, it was evident as my lack of attention began to show in grades.
Most college students stay up late every night. Some students will stay up late for a legitimate reason such as studying hard for a difficult test, or reading the next 100 pages of their assigned reading. However, some students will spend all night hanging out with friends or procrastinating in other ways. The main reason that college students fall asleep in class is that they do not allow themselves to get enough sleep at home. With the price of college steadily increasing every year, students have less and less of a reason to sleep in class.
Taylor Lee Literacy Narrative English 101 Late Nights, And even Later Nights As I look back on my childhood reading seemed to play a huge part in my daily activities, if I wasn’t outside climbing every limb and branch of every tree, playing pirates and hide and go seek, or running through the woods creating my own adventures with all the neighborhood kids I seemed to be cooped up in my room reading a book. But things didn’t always use to be like this way, in fact at one point I hated reading because I thought I was slow reader and embarrassed that I wouldn’t be able to read as fast as other kids. Luckily this all seemed to change at a young age. Growing up I
The speech Mrs. Holler had given had placed a heavy weight on my shoulders, my schedule was already so difficult, and I didn’t think that I would be able to be successful with a class that required so much devotion. But then I made new friends, sitting with different grade levels, and I started to get more comfortable with the class. But then you switched it up once again. You gave us our group members; you put me in a group with complete strangers, Jacob Biber, Julie Klemz, Katelyn Meeter, Natalie Ambrose, and Kristen Saunders. Ohmigosh, I wanted to run out that door and never come back.
Literacy Narrative Readings I have always dreamed of having a job in the law field but going to school has been a struggle for me ever since I was younger. I was the type of child that always stayed to myself, also known as the loner. My grandparents raised me and they were always at work so I never got any help with any of the work I would struggle on. So as most children with parents like mine I did not do very well. I started to flunk high school and started hanging out with the wrong crowd.
It is so much easier to use abbreviations when you are texting or sending Email to friends. I remember many of my peers’ views on reading novels, biographies and autobiographies. They thought there were too many words in those books and they consistently opted for Cliff Notes instead of actually reading the assigned reading material. When I was in high school, there were so many students who slacked off and just wanted the answer handed to them. They never read their textbooks or other learning material and they consistently cheated their way through school.
Many students in America are up late at night not playing video games, but doing homework from all of their classes throughout the day. It adds to the lack of sleep children and teens have already. This usually takes a huge toll on kids and their grades. This is however normal for the average student in America. Sleep is just one of the many problems.